Missile Attack in Baghdad
Poll: Majority of Americans Oppose Bush Iraq Policy
U.S. Considers Recalling Units of Old Iraq Army
Trent Lott on Iraq: “Just Mow the Whole Place Down”
Episcopal Church Consecrates First Gay Bishop
Inuit Sue to Close U.S. Air Base in Greenland
16 U.S. Soldiers Killed in Missile Attack in Iraq
In the deadliest attack on U.S. troops since the start of the invasion, Iraqi resistance fighters downed a helicopter Sunday killing 16 U.S soldiers and injuring 20. We go to Baghdad to speak with Christian Science Monitor’s Dan Murphy. [Includes transcript]
Pacifica Correspondent Jerry Quickley on Iraqi Resistance and Life Under Occupation in Baghdad
“It’s clear how difficult it is to be an Iraqi and survive in Baghdad now”–KPFK/Pacifica Radio producer Jerry Quickley joins us in our firehouse studio to talk about his experience on Iraq.
As Rumsfeld Calls For Action Against "Schools That Teach Terrorism" We Take A Look At the School of the Americas, What Many Critics Call the "School of Assassins
Thousands of people will descend on the School of the Americas (now renamed the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation) headquarters in Fort Benning, Georgia this month to protest the U.S. military program that trains Latin American soldiers in combat, counterinsurgency and counter-narcotics and whose graduates, critics say, are responsible for some of the worst human rights abuses in Latin America.